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WE ARE SO EXCITED YOU’RE HERE…
AN E-MAIL WITH MORE INFORMATION WILL BE COMING TO YOU SOON.
IN THE MEANTIME PLEASE REVIEW OUR
COVID -19 Plan at Applause Children’s Theater
Please read ACT’s COVID plan that we have gone to much length to put into place to keep our staff and young actors safe. If for any reason you feel your child may not be able to follow, or you are uncomfortable with the guidelines please speak to one of our staff members or consider not signing your child up at this time. Thank you.
Please Note: As a Board here at ACT we are in close contact with the County Heath and our State and these guidelines might change often. We will keep everyone up to date.
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE AT CAMP
Refund Policy: Because of COVID-19 our refund policy has changed.
Parents may cancel any session by the Monday before that session to receive a full refund. Please allow 5-14 business days for your refund to be processed. Cancellations made after that time will be refunded at only 50%
If camps are cancelled due to the County Health guidelines status changing which causes a shutdown of ACT, causing classes to not be able to operate safely, parents will be fully refunded for their cancelled camp.
To cancel a camp please notify Miss Vikky at firstname.lastname@example.org Include all information needed.( Child’s name, Parent’s name, camp date, cost)Home Health Screening: Prior to drop-off at camp, we request that parents screen their children for symptoms of Coronavirus on a daily basis and be prepared to answer the health screening check in list upon check in If your child has any symptoms or a fever please do not attend camp.
What to Bring: Please send the following items each day
- A LABLED water bottle
- Their own snack
- Dance shoes in a clean plastic bag or shoe box ( or clean socks that can be worn for class)
- Comfortable moveable clothes
- A Mask
MASKS: Masks will be required for students during check in and check out; as well as any time during class that social distancing is not possible. Staff will wear masks the majority of the time, however due to being theater if it is necessary to show our faces for expression or teaching, we will remove our mask for that time only after everyone is in their zones.
ARRIVING AND LEAVING CAMP: PLEASE ARRIVE BY 8:45
Check in Procedures:
Campers will line up on a designated line at studio door with only 1 parent (no non-camper siblings may be present in line) You will be asked the health screening questions prior to entering and checking your child into the theater. If you answer yes to any of the health questions or your child has a fever, they may not attend camp and must be fever free for at least 3 days and need a doctor’s note to return.
Pick up Procedures:
At the end of class campers will gather belongings and wait for parents outside on the designated lines. If you arrive early there are limited amount of parent viewing seats that can be used to wait. Please leave siblings at home.
ACT’s camps will adhere to the following:
Physical Distancing during camp: ACT is committed to maintaining student- student and student-staff physical distancing as much as possible during the course of daily camp activities. Our camp sizes are small, 11 campers per session. There may always be sometimes when complete physical distancing is not possible and, in this situation, both staff and camper will wear a mask. The ACT studio has been set up with individual social distancing zones for each camper to use for their dancing area and acting area. Hula Hoops will also be used to create social distanced zones.
Hygiene: Staff will be disinfecting the studio before and after class and during breaks will be wiping down door knobs and other areas of constant use. Students and staff will be asked to wash hands before and after snack break.
Please do NOT send your child to camp if they are sick or exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19:
Shortness of breath of difficulty breathing Chills
Repeated shaking with chills
New loss of taste or smell
OR if your child or a member of your family have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or live in or have recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19